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Joe Wood, left, treasurer of the Bemidji High School's Interact Club, hands teacher Elizabeth Neff a jar for collecting money for the Free Wheelchair Mission. Students in the Interact Club asked teachers to volunteer to sit in a wheelchair until they collect $60 from teachers and students for the cause. Students Kali Dale, right, Interact Club vice president, and Cody Puffe, president, assist in giving Neff the wheelchair. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

Bemidji High School: Student group sends wheelchairs overseas

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They come in electric or manual models, with fixed or swing-away foot mounting, gel or wet batteries, and a choice of either swing-away, drop-in, elevating or platform leg rests.

When it comes to choosing a wheelchair, there are numerous decisions to be made.

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